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This paper illustrates the use of a mathematical programming language when teaching Linear and Integer Programming models on Operational Research courses. Such languages have often required expensive optimization software, but fortunately, the world-wide scope of the internet has put powerful free optimization tools within the reach of anyone with a PC connected even briefly to the internet. An effective example that the University of the West of England uses in its postgraduate MSc Statisticsdoi:10.11120/msor.2007.07030031 fatcat:byelmh56djehde5v3hdnuzcf3i